Windows 10 offers a variety of features that you can use and completely enjoy the experience. Of course, notifications make a big part of the OS, but how to manage the distractions when you need to be completely focused on a certain task? There is a handy feature designed for this specific purpose, and it is called Focus Assist. If you want to turn it on, keep reading. We are going to show you how to enable Focus Assist in Windows 10.
How to enable Focus Assist in Windows 10
Focus Assist is a super useful feature that you should enable in situations when you want to completely focus on the thing you are working on. No matter if that’s a work presentation or a game you want to play, this feature will minimize distractions and you can be entirely dedicated to the task.
Here is how to enable it:
- Click on the Start button
- Now click on the gear icon
- In the Settings menu, click System
- Find Focus Assist on the left and click on it
- As you can see, it is turned off by default. So, you are currently receiving the notifications from your apps and contacts
- To enable it, choose one of the following options Priority only, or Alarms only
- By choosing Priority only, you will only get the notifications from the Priority list. You can customize it by clicking on the dedicated option.
- You can select the apps and contacts and place them on your priority list. If Focus Assist is turned on, you will only receive the notifications from apps and contacts that are on the list. All other notifications will be hidden.
- If you choose Alarms only, all other apps except for Alarms will be hidden.
If you want to work on a project or play the game, make sure to enable this useful feature and have the disturbance-free experience.